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1 Barton Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts and Science B.A. and B.G.S. Majors included in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are listed below tables. Number to call at KU for advising: (785) Website: Some majors have admission requirements or impose specific GPA s for admission. Consult the KU catalog. Students should be aware that 45 junior/senior hours are required for completion of the four-year degree; the last 30 of those hours must be taken at KU. Students are required to finish their English and Mathematics requirements within the first year at KU. Liberal Arts Requirements (all students): B.A. (Bachelor of Arts): KU Course Requirements ENGLISH (6 hours) Barton Equivalents ENGL 101 Composition 3 ENGL 1203 or 1204 Composition 3 GE21 ENGL 102 Critical Reading and Writing 3 ENGL 1206 or 1207 Composition 3 GE21 Important Note: ENGLISH-if you are EXEMPT from taking ENGL 101 from an AP or IB exam you will need to take one of these courses: ENGL 211 Intro to Drama 3 LITR 1228 Introduction to Drama 3 GE11, GE21, Quantitative Reasoning (2 courses) MATH 101 College Algebra 3 MATH 1826 Intermediate and College Algebra 3 GE12 OR MATH 1828 College Algebra 3 GE12 MATH 104 Precalculus Mathematics 5 MATH 1828 & 1830 Precalculus Math 6 GE12 --AND One of the following 2 nd level courses: MATH 115 Calculus I 3 MATH 1831 Business and Applied Calculus 5 GE12 MATH 125 Calculus I 4 MATH 1832 Calculus 5 GE12 MATH S365 Elementary Statistics 3 MATH (or STAT) 1829 Statistics 3 GE12 **OR you may take the one of the lab sciences indicated below (Quantitative Reasoning). NATURAL SCIENCES (4-5 hours) One 4-5 hour laboratory science is required for B.A. degree Choose from one of these courses: LIFE 1406 Principles of Botany 5 LIFE 1410 Principles of Zoology 5 LIFE 1412 Principles of Microbiology 5 LIFE 1413 & 1414 Environmental Science 5 LIFE 1402 Principles of Biology 5 LIFE 1403 Principles of Biology - Honors 5 Quantitative Reasoning PHYS 1604 Engineering 5 PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 5 PHSC 1402 & 1403 Intro to Geology 5 CHEM 1802 Fund of General Chemistry 5 Quantitative Reasoning CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I 5 GE12, Quantitative Reasoning CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II 5 GE12, Quantitative Reasoning PHYS 1600 General 5

2 FOREIGN LANGUAGE One language is required. For whichever language you choose, all courses below in that language area must be completed French LANG 1914 Elementary French 5 LANG 1916 Elementary French 2 5 No Equivalent No Equivalent German LANG 1900 Elementary German 5 AE42 LANG 1902 Elementary German 2 5 AE42 LANG 1904 Intermediate German 3 AE42 LANG 1905 Intermediate German 2 3 AE42 Spanish LANG 1908 Beginning Spanish 5 LANG 1910 Beginning Spanish 2 5 LANG 1912 Intermediate Spanish 3 AE42 No Equivalent B.G.S (Bachelor of General Studies): 1. Completion of the requirements of a single BGS major AND a secondary field of academic study (a minor or a second major). CLAS APPROVED MINOR, SECOND CLAS MAJOR, CO-MAJOR, or SECOND KU DEGREE required for the B.G.S. degree. A minor must be at least 18 credit hours, including at least 12 junior/senior hours. 18+ No Equivalents KU Curriculum (additional requirements not covered by degree requirements) NOTE: Check on the specific major requirements below before enrolling in CORE courses to prevent unnecessary courses. Additional courses that satisfy the KU are continuously updated and available at KU Course Requirements Barton County Equivalents Goal 1: Critical Thinking and Quantitative Literacy (2 Units) Outcome 1 GE11 COMS 230 Fundamentals of Debate 3 COMM 1212 Fundamentals of Debate 3 HWC 204 Western Civilization I 3 HIST 1409 Hist & Phil of West Culture to HWC 205 Western Civilization II 3 HIST 1411 Hist & Phil of West Culture 1500-present 3 ENGL 211 Introduction to Drama 3 LITR 1228 Introduction to Drama 3 PHIL 140 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 1602 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 160 Intro to Ethics 3 PHIL 1604 Systematic Ethics 3 PHIL 148 Reason and Argument 3 PHIL 1605 Reason and Argument 3 PHSX 114 College 4 PHYS 1 5 PHSX 211/212 General I 5 PHYS 1604 Engineering I 5 SOC 104 Elements of Sociology 3 SOCI 1100 Intro to Sociology 3 SOC 160 Social Problems and American Values 3 SOCI 1104 Contemporary Social Problems 3 Goal 2: Communication (3 Units) -two from outcome 1 and one outcome 2 Outcome 2 GE22 COMS 130 Speaker-Audience Communication 3 COMM 1230 Public Speaking 3 Goal 3: Breadth of Knowledge (3 Units) -one from each category Arts & Humanities 3 ARTS 1200 Art Appreciation 3 REL 104 Intro to Religious Studies 3 RELI 1311 World Religions 3 HA 150 Western Art Ancient to Medieval 3 ARTS 1201 Survey of Art History 3 ART 101 Drawing I 3 ARTS 1214 Drawing I 3 HIST 1400 American History to HIST 128 Hist of US through Civil War 3 HIST 1401 American History 1865-present 3 Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 2

3 HIST 129 Hist of US after Civil War 3 HIST 1402 American History 1877-present 3 HIST 1403 American History to HIST 1416 American Military History 3 HIST 1450 Hist of World Civilization to HIST 1452 Hist of World civilization 1500-present 3 LITR 1212 The Short Story 3 LITR 1414 The Novel 3 LITR 1215 World Literature 3 ENGL 211 Introduction to Drama 3 LITR 1228 Introduction to Drama 3 LITR 1234 Shakespeare 3 PHIL 140 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 1602 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 160 Ethics 3 PHIL 1604 Introduction to Ethics 3 PHIL 148 Reason and Argument 3 PHIL 1605 Reason and Argument 3 RELI 1311 World Religions 3 THR 100 Introduction to Theater 3 THEA 1300 Introduction to Theater 3 THR 106 Acting I 3 THEA 1302 Acting I 3 Social Sciences GE3S ANTH 100 General Anthropology 3 ANTH 2812 Intro to Anthropology 3 ANTH 108 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 1816 Cultural Anthropology 3 EPSY S305 Preschool Child 3 CHLD 1505 Child Development 3 COMS 244 Intro Interpersonal Communications 3 COMM 1200 Interpersonal Communications 3 COMM 1220 Organizational Communications 3 ECON 104 Introductory Economics 3 ECON 1607 Intro to Economics 3 ECON 142 Prin of Microeconomics 3 ECON 1612 Prin of Microeconomics 3 ECON 144 Prin of Macroeconomics ECON ECON 1610 Prin of Macroeconomics 3 HIST 1425 Women and the American Experience 3 POLS 110 Intro to US Politics 3 POLS 1800 Government of the United States 3 POLS 1801 Introduction to Political Science 3 POLS 170 Intro to International Relations 3 POLS 1804 International Relations 3 PSYC 104 General Psychology 3 PSYC 1000 General Psychology 3 PSYC 1014 Developmental Psychology 3 PSYC 120 Personality 3 PSYC 1034 Theories of Personality 3 SOC 104 Elements of Sociology 3 SOCI 1100 Introduction to Sociology 3 CHLD 1505 Preschool Child 3 Goal 4: Culture and Diversity (One Unit from each outcome) Outcome 1 AE41 SOC 104 Elements of Sociology 3 SOCI 1100 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 160 Social Problems and American Values 3 SOCI 1104 Contemporary Social Problems 3 Outcome 2 AE42 ANTH 100 General Anthropology 3 ANTH 2812 Intro to Anthropology 3 ANTH 108 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 1816 Cultural Anthropology 3 REL 104 Intro to Religious Studies 3 RELI 1311 World Religions 3 GEOG 100 World Regional Geography 3 ANTH/GEOG 1819 World and Regional Geography 3 HA 150 Western Art: Ancient to Medieval 3 ARTS 1201 Art History Survey I 3 HWC 204 Western Civilization I 3 HIST 1409 Hist and Phil of West Culture to HWC 205 Western Civilization 2 3 HIST 1411 Hist and Phil of West Culture 1500-present 3 GERM 104 Elementary German 5 LANG 1900 Elementary German 5 GERM 108 Elementary German II 5 LANG 1902 Elementary German 2 5 GERM 201 Intermediate German I 3 LANG 1904 Intermediate German 3 GERM 202 Intermediate German II 3 LANG 1905 Intermediate German 2 3 SPAN 212 Intermediate Spanish 3 LANG 1912 Intermediate Spanish 3 LITR 1215 World Literature 3 POLS 170 International Relations 3 POLS 1804 International Relations 3 POLS 1810 the Middle East in Modern Times 3 Goal 5: Social Responsibility and Ethics (1 Unit from either outcome) Outcome 5 AE51 Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 3

4 PHIL 160 Introduction to Ethics 3 PHIL 1604 Systematic Ethics 3 SOC 160 Social Problems and American Values 3 SOCI 1104 Contemporary Social Problems 3 Outcome 5 No Equivalencies Established Degree Requirements for Each Major: Only courses that are available are listed below AE52 African & African-American Studies: BA, BGS (Concentration in African, African-American, Arabic & Islamic Studies) - No major specific courses at Barton American Studies: BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton Anthropology: BA, BGS BARTON Course KU Course ANTH 1816 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 108 AE42, GE3S Applied Behavioral Science: BA, BGS SOCI 1102 Marriage and Family ABSC 268 Astronomy: BA, BS Atmospheric Science: BS PHYS 1604 Engineering PHSX 211 & 216 PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 PHSX 212 & 236 MATH 1836 Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3 MATH 127 CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, PHSC 1408 or 2408 Astronomy (must take lab at KU) ASTR 191 & 196 Biochemistry: BA, BS PHYS 1604 Engineering PHSX 211 & 216 PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 PHSX 212 & 236 MATH 1836 Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3 MATH 127 CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, LIFE 1413 Environmental Science EVRN 148 LITR 1228 Introduction to Drama ENGL 211 GE11, GE21, CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, BS only Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 4

5 PHYS 1600 General OR PHYS 1604 Engineering PHYS 1602 General 2 OR PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 2 CHEM 1814 Organic Chemistry CHEM 330 & 331 CHEM 1816 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 335 & 336 (only 212) Biology: BA (General Biology; Human Biology) CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, CHEM 1814 Organic Chemistry CHEM 330 & 331 PHYS 1600 General OR PHYS 1604 Engineering PHYS 1602 General 2 OR PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 2 (only 212) Biology: BS (Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental; Teaching Biology; Cell, Ecology & Evolutionary; Genetics; Neurobiology; Organismal; Microbiology) Same as BA in Biology with these exceptions: Additional for Cellular Biology; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental; and CHEM 1816 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 335 & 336 Neurobiology Additional for Molecular, Statistics MATH (or STAT) 1829 Statistics Cellular, and Developmental Chemistry: BA (Environmental,, Biological) PHYS 1600 General OR PHYS 1604 Engineering PHYS 1602 General 2 OR PHYS 1606 Engineering (only ) CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, CHEM 1814 Organic Chemistry CHEM 330 & 331 Environmental option LIFE 1402 Principles of Biology BIOL 100 & 102 Environmental option LIFE 1413 & 1414 Environmental Science EVRN 148 Additional for Biological Chemistry; Environmental Chemistry CHEM 1816 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 335 & 336 Chemistry: BS (Environmental; Biological, ) CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, CHEM 1814 Organic Chemistry CHEM 330 & 331 CHEM 1816 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 335 & 336 PHYS 1604 Engineering PHSX 211 & 216 Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 5

6 PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 PHSX 212 & 236 Additional for Environmental LIFE 1413 & 1414 Environmental Science EVRN 148 Classical Antiquity, BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton Classical Languages, BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton Communication Studies: BA, BGS COMM 1200 Interpersonal Communications COMS 244 GE3S COMM 1230 Public Speaking COMS 130 GE22 COMM 1212 Elementary Debate COMS 230 GE11 East Asian Languages & Cultures: BA- No major specific courses at Barton Economics: BA, BGS ECON 1612 Prin of Microeconomics ECON 142 ECON 1610 Prin of Macroeconomics ECON 144 MATH 1832 Analytical Geometry and Calculus MATH 125 BGS only MATH 1836 Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3 MATH 127 English: BGS, BA Environmental Studies: BA, BGS, BS ENGL 1203 or 1204 Composition ENGL 101 ENGL 1206 or 1207 Composition ENGL 102 LITR 1228 Introduction to Drama ENGL 211 GE11, GE21, LIFE 1413 Environmental Science EVRN 148 MATH (or STAT) 1829 Statistics MATH 365 GE12 BS only MATH 1832 Analytical Geometry and Calculus or MATH 1831 Business Calculus Calculus GE12 BS only PHSX 1404 Physical Geography (must take lab at KU) GEOG 104 & 105 BS only CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, BS only CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, Film & Media Studies: BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton French & Italian: BA LANG 1914 Elementary French FREN 110 LANG 1916 Elementary French 2 FREN 120 Geography: BA, BGS, BS Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 6

7 PHSX 1404 Physical Geography (must take lab at KU) GEOG 104 & 105 ANTH/GEOG 1819 World and Regional Geography GEOG 100 AE42 BS GIS and Physical Geography only BS GIS and Physical Geography MATH 1834 Analytical Geometry and Calculus 2 only MATH 126 BS Physical Geography only PHYS 1604 Engineering PHSX 211 & 216 BS Physical Geography only PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 PHSX 212 & 236 BS Physical Geography only CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, BS Physical Geography only CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, BS GIS only PHYS 1600 General AND PHYS 1602 General 2 OR PHYS 1604 Engineering Geology: BA (General Geology, Environmental Geology) PHSX 114 & 115 OR PHSX 211/216 PHSC 1402 & 1403 Intro to Geology GEOL 101 & 103 MATH 1832 Analytical Geometry and Calculus or MATH 1831 Business Calculus calculus GE12 PHYS 1600 General OR PHYS 1604 Engineering CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, LIFE 1402 Principles of Biology BIOL 100 & 102 Geology: BS (Earth & Space Science, Engineering Geology, Environmental Geology, Geophysics, General Geology) PHSC 1402 & 1403 Intro to Geology GEOL 101 & 103 CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, Engineering Geology and General Geology tracks CHEM 1808 College Chemistry II CHEM 135 GE12, PHYS 1604 Engineering PHSX 211 & 216 Engineering Geology and General Geology tracks PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 PHSX 212 & 236 Engineering Geology track MATH (or STAT) 1829 Statistics MATH 365 GE12 Germanic Languages & Literatures: BA LANG 1900 Elementary German GERM 104 AE42 LANG 1902 Elementary German 2 GERM 108 AE42 LANG 1904 Intermediate German GERM 201 AE42 LANG 1905 Intermediate German 2 GERM 202 AE42 History: BA, BGS Any 2 history courses History of Art See other program sheet Humanities: BA- No major specific courses at Barton Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 7

8 Latin American: BA, BGS LANG 1908 Beginning Spanish SPAN 104 LANG 1910 Beginning Spanish 2 SPAN 108 LANG 1912 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 212 AE42 Linguistics: BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton Mathematics: BA, BS MATH 1836 Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3 MATH 127 Philosophy: BA, BGS : BA, BS PHIL 1602 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 140 GE11, PHIL 160 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 160 AE51, GE11, PHIL 1605 Reason and Argument PHIL 148 GE11, Political Science: BA, BGS PHYS 1604 Engineering PHSX 211 & 216 PHYS 1606 Engineering 2 PHSX 212 & 236 MATH 1836 Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3 MATH 127 CHEM 1806 College Chemistry I CHEM 130 GE12, POLS 1800 Government of the United States POLS 110 GE3S POLS 1804 International Relations POLS 150 OR 170 AE42, GE3S Psychology: BGS, BA PSYC 1000 General Psychology PSYC 104 GE3S Public Administration: BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton Religious Studies: BA, BGS- No major specific courses at Barton Slavic Languages & Literatures: BA- No major specific courses at Barton Sociology: BA, BGS Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 8

9 SOCI 1100 Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1104 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 104 SOC 160 AE41, GE11, GE3S AE41, AE51, GE11 Spanish: BA LANG 1908 Beginning Spanish SPAN 104 LANG 1910 Beginning Spanish 2 SPAN 108 LANG 1912 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 212 AE42 Speech-Language-Hearing: BA, BGS - No major specific courses at Barton Theatre Design See other program sheet Visual Art See other program sheets Women Studies: BA, BGS - No major specific courses at Barton Courses may not be used to satisfy more than one area requirement A maximum of 64 hours of community college course work can be applied toward a KU degree S before a number (Ex. MATH S365) indicates the course will be satisfied but will not count toward the number of Junior/Senior (upper-level) hours required for graduation The requirements listed above are subject to annual change Courses with a grade of D or below do not transfer Updated: April 30, 2015 Page- 9

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